Senior Webmaster/Lead Web Developer

Required experience and knowledge for this position includes:

  • Performing the graphical design; site planning; and layout of web applications, websites, and web related services and technology utilizing dynamic and static web interfaces using HTML, DHTML, VB Script, Java Scripts, and Cascading Style Sheets.    
  • Be able to design, develop, and support web content with Blogs, RSS/News feeds, audio and video, and social networking services and their associated APIs.    
  • Be able to create SharePoint pages and content utilizing basic web parts, administering permissions and groups, updating information, creating workflows, and basic maintenance procedures.    
  • Be able to perform reviews and audit actions for websites and online content for relevant and timely information, compliance with regulations and policy.    
  • Have solid oral and written communications skills.    
  • Be able to perform maintenance, administration, and enhancement of websites and web-based services.    
  • Be able to design and implement links to other DOD websites that comply with DOD and U.S. Army G-6 standards and regulations.    
  • Be able to analyze and assess existing and emerging technologies to determine relevance to existing web environments including, but not limited to, software assessments, standardization assessments, and configuration topography/site structure assessments.    
  • Be able to identify changes necessary to upgrade websites and services.    
  • Have the ability to communicate technical information with the G-6 Webmasters, Graphics Artists, customers, and Government staff in order to define requirements.    
  • Be able to perform duties as a lead Web Developer, working with G-6 Government webmaster and Branch Chief to determine additional opportunities to manage web content, obtain information of near-term and forecasted changes to the Government’s web\graphic\image\video management path to guide contract performance and execution.    
  • Be familiar with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) Accessibility Standards.

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide web development and webmaster support as follows: manage, implement and direct the graphical design, site planning and layout of web applications, websites, and web related services and technology by utilizing dynamic and static web interfaces using HTML, DHTML, VB Script, Java Scripts, and Cascading Style Sheets.
  • Design, develop, and support web content with Blogs, RSS/News feeds, audio and video, and social networking services and their associated APIs.
  • Create Microsoft SharePoint pages and content utilizing basic web parts, administering permissions and groups, updating information, creating workflows, and basic maintenance procedures.
  • Consult with business content owners and a variety of content providers, departments, and offices to provide solutions, drafting the final version for publication.
  • Provide input and feedback to content owners and management support on design, aesthetics, and implementation of enriching features and technologies within the Government environment.
  • Performs reviews and audit actions for websites and online content for relevant and timely information while remaining compliant with regulations and policy.
  • Perform maintenance, administration, and enhancement of websites and web-based services.
  • Design and implement links to other DoD websites that comply with DoD and U.S. Army G-6 standards and regulations.
  • Analyze and/or assess existing and emerging technologies to determine their relevance to the existing web environments. This includes, but is not limited to, software assessments, standardization assessments, and configuration topography/site structure assessments.
  • Identify changes necessary to upgrade websites and services.
  • Provide image and photo manipulation solutions for final draft publication.
  • Provide video, motion graphics, and animation solutions for final draft publication.
  • Provide graphics solutions to use in branding, logos, web graphics for final draft publication.
  • Establish and perform reviews and audit actions for web related analytical information where authorized and available regarding web-based traffic, visits, browsers, and trends which allow for decision-making processes to determine future needs and/or validate content availability and usage.
  • Coordinate with G-6 Government webmaster and Division Chief, through coordination with the COR, to determine additional opportunities to manage web content, obtain information of near-term and forecasted changes to the Government’s web\graphic\image\video management path to guide contract performance and execution.
  • Provide areas for dialogue between Government customer base and webmaster\designer team members regarding applicable policy, regulations, and project execution.
  • Provide technical guidance and support for web-based tools, supporting webmasters throughout organization. Perform as the point of contact for webmaster software support.
  • Ensure compliance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) Accessibility Standards.
  • Support and coordinate with business content owners, content providers, departments, and offices in support of external official presences (EOPs) on approved social networking services to promote organizational initiatives, social media campaigns, and other public related web-based initiatives targeted to various public customers, which include Government agencies and the public.
  • Coordinate with senior leaders, senior staff, business content owners and providers, departments, and offices to provide web based strategic planning, website migration, site redesigns, campaign planning, and content management of organizational web-based products and services.
  • Assist the Information Assurance Manager with gathering and preserving website/service data and information necessary to meet all reporting requirements.
  • Review and verify all published information, ensuring data meets Government standards for appropriate release actions before publishing to organizational public or private websites.

Years of Experience: Five (5) years of experience in web development and webmaster support

Education/Certifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, or related field of study; OR five (5) years Webmaster related experience. CompTIA Security+ certification (must obtain within sixty (60) days of start of performance). IT-III.

COMPANY INFORMATION:
Bravura is a rapidly growing Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) that provides professional and engineering services, technology solutions and product offerings to DoD, Federal Civilian agencies. Bravura is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Bravura does not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on any legally recognized basis (protected class) including, but not limited to: veteran status, uniform service member status, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information or any other protected class under federal, state, or local law. These are positions that require a U.S. Citizenship.

Job Category: Development IT
Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: Fort Lee - VA
Clearance Level: Tier 1 Investigation
Education-Certifications: Bachelor's Degree OR Relevant Experience Baseline Security+ IT Level III
Years of Experience: <5

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